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What are some hospitals served by McKesson Pharmaceutical?

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Some hospitals served by McKesson Pharmaceuticals include Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, Edward Hospital in Chicago and Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis. Other facilities include Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven, Georgia Regents Medical Center and Virginia Mason Medical Center in the Seattle Metro area.

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McKesson Pharmaceuticals also serves organizations such as Fairview Ridges Hospital located in Minneapolis/St. Paul and the associated Fairview Health Services facilities covering seven hospitals in greater Minnesota. In addition, McKesson works with Health Future, a network of 26 hospitals serving communities throughout Oregon and Nevada, including Rogue Valley Medical Center.

McKesson also contracts with California-based practice management firm Sanctus Healthcare, which provides support for delivery of services in a chronic care management environment. Sanctus focuses on independent physicians working in private practice.

Additionally, McKesson works with the Department of Veterans Affairs in a partnership program called Comfort Kits. The alliance provides care packages of morale-boosting items to veterans coping with cancer treatment. Giving Comfort, a charitable program within the pharmaceutical company's McKesson Foundation, manages distribution of the Comfort Kits.

McKesson also serves a community-owned health care system in the Southern United States with 1,500 beds in six hospitals. Four of the facilities are acute care medical centers; the other two are specialty hospitals.

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